UNESCO: The Eiffel Tower is a Sacred Muslim Site

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5 responses

  1. Michelle Harrison says:

    Brilliant, my friend.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Thank-you. Sometimes anger suits me, eh? Written in overwhelming anger at our helplessness to fight the tide of antisemitic terror in Israel, in the UN and so many other places.

  2. Suri says:

    A lot more people need to get angry… we seem to be the only ones. And then you have the ‘Sanders’ effect in the US and Canada with some thinking that we are ‘over-reacting’ and being ‘too aggressive’. Because it’s not THEIR holy sites being affected, their national landmarks being obliterated and their history being erased. Nothing is sacred, nothing is safe.

    • Anthony says:

      Sadly if you look at the growing movements to have things like the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials removed and MLK plaques removed for not being “inclusive” enough, we in the US are preparing to self-destruct our own culture. Brilliant warning to the West Sheri. I only hope it is heeded before it is too late.

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